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Mark Davis After Stadium Proposal Passes: ‘Vegas Is Our New Home’

Not the type of news Raiders fans want to hear, especially since their team is 4-1 and on top of the AFC West for the first time in a long time. On Friday, the Nevada Legislature passed a $750 million stadium proposal putting the Oakland Raiders just a few more steps away from relocating to […]
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